The Yale University Archaeological Laboratories (YUALs) facilitate and support both research and teaching as well as the management and curation of Yale’s archaeological collections.
YUAL users must be familiar with the online training information, safety guides, and lab policies.
51 Hillhouse Avenue, Rooms 4 and 4A
Includes research space for microscopy, portable XRF, and sample preparation.
51 Hillhouse Avenue, Rooms 5 and 5A
Includes a magnetically shielded room and a sample preparation/support space.
Teaching & Research Laboratory (“The Dirty Lab”)
10 Sachem Street, Room 23
Includes two pottery wheels for students to produce ceramic replicas.
Clean Laboratory (“The Clean Lab”)
10 Sachem Street, Room 24
Includes a Thermo iS5 transmission FTIR and an iD7 diamond ATR attachment.
Digital Archaeology Laboratory
51 Hillhouse Avenue, Room 1
Includes custom-built workstations for applications that require high-power processing.
Fume Hood Laboratory
10 Sachem Street, Room 22
10 Sachem Street, Room 3